Choong-yeon Choi, who prepared more than anyone else this season, is far away from returning.
Choi Choong-yeon is Samsung’s sore finger. Choi Choong-yeon, who was from the first nomination, was a promising player who gathered expectations even before joining. He had his best year in the 2018 season with a 3.60 ERA with 2 wins, 6 losses, 16 holds and 8 saves in 70 games. That year, he was selected for the Jakarta Palembang Asian Games team, won a gold medal, and received military service benefits.
However, he was unable to climb the mound for two years due to various unfavorable events such as an unfortunate incident and elbow surgery. And he returned after 3 years and appeared in 38 games last year, finishing with an earned run average of 4.70 per loss.
He is a player who put more effort than anyone else in spring camp ahead of this season. He threw more than 1000 pitches that he promised himself.
He also completed Samsung’s spring camp, which was called hell training. As a result, coach Park Jin-man picked Choong-yeon Choi as the MVP of the camp and had high expectations.
But he wasn’t feeling as good as he thought as the season began. He pitched in seven games this season, posting an earned run average of 4.82 in 9⅓ innings. There is no record of win-loss-hold-save. He struck out 8 and walked 7, and his ratio isn’t very good.
It disappeared after the Changwon NC game on May 20th. He’s also been out of the game for the Futures. because he had an injury. Elbows are not good. After recovering from the injury, I expected to improve my condition again and come back at the end of July. but no news
Director Park Jin-man also expresses regret. Director Park sighed, saying, “I haven’t joined the Futures because I’m not in perfect shape yet. I’m currently building my body in the remaining army.”꽁머니사이트
The condition of the elbow is still not good. Director Park explained the frustrating situation, “It seems to come and go. I want to be okay, so when I go into training, I get sick again.”
It is a pity because it was Park Jin-man, the director who raised expectations more than anyone else. Director Park said, “I really expected a lot. I prepared a lot. I also increased the amount of practice.” , I just regret that part on the bench,” he said.